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Please find the latest manual for Webserver Stress Tool here:

Manual Webserver Stress Tool (pdf)

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Other Features:

·      Built-in report generator: Reports can be generated as HTML files and MS WORD documents

·      Includes a URL recorder (complete web browser) to select the URL(s) you want to test (rather than typing them into a list)

·      Works on any HTTP-URL or HTTPS-URL and can test any script (CGI, ASP, PHP etc.)

·      Can also be used to test requests of larger download files (e.g. ZIP)

·      Works with any webserver (no part of the software has to be installed on the server!)

·      Includes support for

·      proxies (not for HTTPS) with optional proxy authentication

·      basic user authentication (username/password)

·      useragent string

·      any HTTP request header lines

·      Individual cookie handling for each simulated user (e.g. ASP-Session-IDs)

·      redirected requests and " http-meta-refresh " redirections

·      several IPs for the client machine (up to 5000 IPs)

·      data rate throtteling (e.g. to simulate users accessing the server via a slow modem line)

·      timeouts (e.g. to simulate surfers that click away after 20 seconds without answer of the server)

·      When testing more than one URLs several URL selection methods can be selected to simulate different user behaviour

·      Using a VBScript the URLs used for testing and various other parameters can be set indivdually

·      Tests can run

·      until a specified number of clicks is reached for each user

·      until a specified time has passed

·      Test can be started at a specified time

·      Optional link checker can check all URLs for validity

·      Test results can be stored into a ZIP for later reference

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